New Creatives Online

New Creatives Online

Screen South are proud to annouce the first round of New Creatives which have been selected for broadcast and online via the BBC. See below for information on the scheme and to find out where you can watch all the content created for New Creatives across the Country.

As more of our Films, Audio and Interactive pieces are picked up, we will add to this page, so keep an eye out for the latest information.

New Creatives Latest News

BBC Arts and Arts Council England announce first New Creatives commissions

BBC and Arts Council England announce the first tranche of 76 innovative short films (up to five minutes) and audio works (up to 15 minutes) chosen as part of their talent development scheme, New Creatives.

BBC Introducing Arts

Innovative new short films, audio and interactive works from young artists

The BBC have launched BBC Arts where you will be able to view all content from the New Creatives scheme over the next 2 years.
Click here to see more

Rhyme & Reason: BBC Introducing Arts

Lemn Sissay presents a selection of short films from a new generation of artists who are inspired by poetry and the spoken word.

First aired on BBC Four Sunday 29th September, you can catch the programme on BBC iPlayer

Where can I watch and hear the New Creatives pieces?

BBC iPlayer

"Black Fish"
Simi Abe

A grieving mother finds photographs of the life her son would have had, if he hadn't passed away.

"Our Largest"
Marcus Forde

A young father and son discuss nothing and anything on a clumsy gathering mission. They carry an organ. They race. They carry an arch. They race. A ceremony begins.

"Terra Firma"
Rehmat Rayatt

A spoken word film about a young woman's journey to discover her identity through the migration of her mother.

BBC Sounds

"The Day the Internet Stood Still"
Max Barrett

With the internet gone for just 1 day, a journalist explores the various perspectives of the generation most effected by its disappearance, and how their lives changed for better and for worse.

"Hidden Sounds of Essex's Coastal Arcades"
Frazer Merrick

Through a series of binaural recordings, interviews and musical composition - sound artist Frazer Merrick explores the infectious energy of Walton Pier and uncovers its hidden sounds, including those of the people, the place and even electromagnetic fields produced by the machines. This piece is best experienced on headphones. (24 Minutes into the program.)

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